Kerry Washington told David Letterman last week that she is “terrified” for her headlining speech Sunday on the National Mall. But Washington, best known for starring in ABC’s political drama “Scandal,” will be on familiar terrain when she apperas before thousands of families and becomes the first GW graduate to headline Commencement in six years. […]
May 13, 2013
Volume 110, Issue 1
Stories from the May 13, 2013 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
’09-’10 September South Hall opened as the University’s first LEED-certified building. The University’s sole senior-only hall houses 450 students in suites and cost about $75 million to build, becoming one of GW’s most coveted residence halls. During the Class of 2013’s first major on-campus performance, students pelted rapper Sean Kingston with glowsticks, causing the rapper […]
Every game is said to count the same as the next, but there are always a few series each year that seem to weigh a little bit heavier. This weekend, GW faced one of those series, as they battled Atlantic 10 foe VCU, taking the series, but dropping the third game and losing hope for […]
Muddied grounds and a hunt for ponchos didn’t keep an audience of thousands from enjoying the music. The third annual Sweetlife Festival brought throngs of crop top-wearing concert-goers to Merriweather Post Pavilion Saturday, featuring such headliners as rap phenom Kendrick Lamar, synth-pop rockers Passion Pit and French alternative rock crew Phoenix. Earlier in the day, […]
A sexual assault happens every two minutes, according to the Department of Justice. Many of these occur on college campuses across the country, and GW is no exception. The University’s sexual assault policy was approved by the Faculty Senate Friday and awaits a Board of Trustees vote this week. But the policy is largely imperfect. […]
The Hatchet caught up with Ryan Hunter Mitchell, Dan Newhauser, Danielle Vu and Alberto Pacheco to talk record labels, DJ aliases and making it big in D.C.
Before this year, GW did not specify a statute of limitations, mirroring other universities.
Some seniors are taking on the kind of debt load that economists and lawmakers say is dragging down the economy. But many are also optimistic that their thousands of dollars in investments will pay off.
Media Credit: Hatchet File Photo by Jordan Leon The softball team huddles up before a game against St. Bonaventure in April. The Colonials beat the Bonnies 8-0. In a season that saw a 12-game win streak and program-record 27 wins, the once-sizzling Colonials finished their year with a whimper Thursday. In a rematch of its […]
Reporters rummaged through six residence halls and pulled out a few surprising finds.